St Joseph’s Chapel on Yim Tin Tsai, a small island off Sai Kung in eastern Hong Kong, officially opened in 1890 and is now listed as a grade two historic building. Photo: Antony Dickson

As heritage and historic buildings succumb to redevelopment, is it too late to save old Hong Kong from the wrecking ball?

Preservationists say society must come to its senses before the city loses its diverse mix of new and old structures

Topic |   Living heritage of Hong Kong

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St Joseph’s Chapel on Yim Tin Tsai, a small island off Sai Kung in eastern Hong Kong, officially opened in 1890 and is now listed as a grade two historic building. Photo: Antony Dickson
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